FHA goes digital, targets 100,000 housing units delivery nationwide 


The Federal Housing Authority (FHA), Wednesday, launched its digitalisation drive aimed at modernising and streamlining its operations.


Unveiling the project in Abuja, the FHA’s Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer, Oyetunde Ojo, said the digitisation drive was part of the repositioning of the agency to allow Nigerians anywhere in the world to invest in it.


He said: “The launch of the digitalisation drive signifies a commitment to modernize and streamline our operations, enhance service delivery, and ultimately. By leveraging the power of technology, we aim to revolutionize the way we work, collaborate, and innovate within FHA.

“The first phase of the digitization project is for all internal processes and the second phase will involve external clients which is in the final phase and will commence in two or three weeks signifying that anyone anywhere in the world can get across to us.

“The enormous nature of these projects has made digitisation of FHA more expedient. We are repositioning an FHA where people could stay in the confines of their homes and monitor their investments with us; buy houses, obtain any information they want, just by the click of a button”.


Earlier in his remarks, FHA’s General Manager of Planning and Survey, Eyong Enong, said the digitisation drive will solve the problem of double allocation and tackle issues arising from ground rent.